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The Facebook Post Every Parent Should Read
by Kalynne Marie
After a little boy made a big mess in a store his dad replied, “Hey, it happen’s. Let’s go get napkins and I can show you how to clean it up. ..You’re going to be a human being for a long time, and you have such a smart brain that it’s important you learn how to be more aware of what you’re doing. So next time just be sure to pay more attention to your surroundings so accidents like this don’t happen. Accidents like these can be prevented, but it’s still okay if they happen. As long as you take responsibility for your mistakes, the clean up is a breeze.” Read full post below:
I just witnessed a boy, maybe about 6 or 7, accidentally spill a slushee everywhere. I'm talking blue and red goop all…
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Conversation Starters/ Interesting Facts of the Week:
- In 1893, Ingersoll Lockwood published the book, “Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey” It’s a story about a boy named Baron Sebastian Trump who can time travel. His next book was called “The Last President”. In that book the President had a cabinet member named Pence. Learn more and read both stories here
2. Boanthropy is a psychological disorder in which a human believes himself or herself to be a cow or an ox.
4. Anne Frank, Martin Luther King Jr., Audrey Hepburn and Barbara Walters were born in the same year, 1929.
5. Nowhere in the nursery rhyme “Humpty Dumpty” does it say that he was an egg
now that you’ve said the rhyme, read some theories of what the rhyme might actually be about here
Kindness Goal of the Week:
Show up for a friend in need. Show up for a child who just needs a hug instead of a lecture. Show up for yourself and reach a goal. Just show up and do the best you can.
Weekly Round Up:
August 7- This Day in History
Huffington Post’s Funniest Tweet of the Week
NPR’s Week Recap